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plans of nancy pelosi. she is staying on as the minority leader. the 72-year-old california democrat made the decision to stay even though democrats did not get enough seats to become the majority again. she will publically announce her decision later this morning. >>> book lovers and artists from around the region are gathering for the 12th biennial book arts fair. >> all takes place this weekend at the pyramid atlantic art's center. holly morris is in silver spring with a preview. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. takes place here at the art's center but the big portion of the arts fair takes place downtown. only happens every two years. always something special going on there be it a demonstration, speaker. jose is the director and joins me once again. want to talk about this bound by the beauty. kind of explain that corn september. >> sure. bound by the bouty is the workbook binders do. put books together in a number of ways whether they are stitching them or gluing them. and can be works on paper. sometimes it's on types of structural work and also binding the thoughts an
to southern california, still nice and warm. here's what's going to be happening. a little cloud cover to start your day. should turn sunny here by early afternoon. highs with only about 50. the rain you see out towards st. louis, that is a storm system which is going to dive to the south. reorganize itself over the northern gulf of mexico. why should we care? >> i don't know. >> because it's going to move back towards the midatlantic as a noreaster and bring us a period of rain and wind into wednesday and thursday. watch the temperatures carefully off to the north and west. it is possible if we get cold air could change. it's going to be a close call. there's your 7 day forecast. the period of storminess is wednesday and thursday. looks fine for election day. >> during the weather ask tony and tucker we had technical issues. i was disappointed. >> i'm surprised. i'll have to look into that. let's find out what's happening on the roads. julie standing by. >> am i the only one that feels this way? monday morning is sad when favorite football team loses and don't have hockey to talk abou
million was spent in this senate race in virginia. we're not a huge state like california or florida or new york. $82 million. and $52 million of that money was spent by outside groups. not the campaigns themselves. tim kaine had pointed comments about that. >> and so here's what it means, folks. here's what it means. our victory tonight proves that it's the number of people who stand with you. not the number of zeros behind a check. that decide elections in the united states of america. >> one more thing i want to tell you about what happened here in richmond last night. while tim kaine was speaking, the vote totals changed in the presidential race. as tim kaine started speaking it looked like mitt romney was going to carry virginia and during his speech, the totals came up. there was never any announcement from him that obama had won. would you roll the video? i want to show you what happened. people started checking their smart phones and started -- word started spreading person-to-person. and instead of a cheer breaking out for president obama. it was sort of one on one hugging.
in maryland or alabama or living in california or texas, you know, your vote will still make some difference because it's still important to go out and vote because there are other races involved but in terms of the presidency, you know where those states are going to go. you've had a $6 billion campaign. $6 billion. and a ton of that money has gone into just a few states. might make those states happy and might help their economy. i'm not so sure that's in the best interest of representing our national voice. what gets left out, the only time these candidates go to the 3, 4, 5 largest cities is when they go to raise money from billionaires. not to speak to people. not to campaign. but to raise money . and there's something wrong with that picture. >> very interesting. we thank you for everything you've contributed during this election process. see you again sometime soon. stay with us. we'll be right back . [ mitt romney ] we have to work on a collaborative basis. look, the reason i'm in this race is there are people that are really hurting today in this country. and we face this deficit --
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